Water Essay Topics

Soap, lip balm and window analysis

  The other element is hydrogen. Method In our experiments, we had to measure out the 2gram soap base, then add the amount of the ingredient (walnut, olive, coconut oil or shea and cocoa butter) we the needed a beaker and fill it up with water. We then put the beaker on the white mat… View Article

Investigation into transition metals as catalysts

Hydrogen peroxide decomposes slowly to form water and oxygen gas. Transition metal oxides will catalyse this reaction. A catalyst speeds up a reaction without being used up. The best catalyst for a reaction increases the rate of reaction the most. The rate of reaction can be measured by the amount of product formed divided by… View Article

Investigating Bubble Wrap as an Insulator

Apparatus  Kettle Water  Small Plastic Bag What are we going to do? We are going to experiment for which bubble wrap or bag is the best insulator. We are doing this experiment because to prove my research in the hypothesis. We will test the big bubble wrap, small bubble wrap, a plastic bag and just… View Article

Germination experiment

Method: 1. Put some soil in every beaker and make sure it is almost the same amount 2. Place 5 beans inside each beaker at the same level beneath the soil 3. Pour 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 ml of water in each beaker respectively and keep watering them every 2 days 4. Leave… View Article

Estimated Heat Distribution by Convection in Water

Introduction This report assesses the distribution of heat by convection in water to estimate the heat conductivity of water. The transfer of heat from a heating coil to a fluid is conduction but the heat transfer within the fluid is convection. This is basically fluid flow of particles arising from nature, heat, chemical or kinetics…. View Article

Pumps & Physics

What’s new? When I was thinking about which aspect of physics to investigate for my investigation, I knew it was a good idea to choose something that really interested me. At the time I was becoming more and more fascinated by subatomic particles. I liked the fact that much of it was new and not… View Article

To determine the heat of formation of calcium carbonate

1) Experiment No: 8B 2) Objective: To determine enthalpy change of hydration of magnesium sulphate(VI) 3) Date: 26th Nov, 2010 4) Theory: A) In the 1st part, an accurately weighed known mass of anhydrous magnesium sulphate(VI) powder is added to known volume of deionized water. With the help of the data of temperature change during… View Article

Enthalpy of formation of calcium carbonate

Objective To determine the enthalpy of formation of calcium carbonate Procedures A. Reaction of calcium with dilute hydrochloric acid 1. 1. 0909 g of calcium metal was weighed out accurately. 2. 100 cm3 of approximately 1 M hydrochloric acid was pipetted. and placed in a plastic beaker. 3. The initial temperature of the acid was… View Article

The Color of Water

The Color of Water by James McBride was a story about a young boy trying to figure out his racial identity but his mother would not talk about her past or what race she was. All James knew was that she was white living in a black power neighborhood and that fact terrified him. He… View Article

The Use of Analytical Balance in Determining

Objective 1. Use the analytical balance to weigh a given hydrated salt as accurate as possible in order to determine the weight of water in the salt Introduction Balances are important laboratory equipment as they are used to determine the mass of materials. Today, most balances used in the laboratory are analytical balances which can… View Article

Determination of Density

Purpose: To determine the densities of aluminum and zinc cylinders Density is the relationship between the mass of an object and its volume. Sometimes density can be easy to sense. If two objects have exactly the same shape and size, the denser one may feel heavier. If their densities are close together, it can be… View Article

Innovations in water conservation and treatment

Water recycling and treatment is very essential today since fresh water scarcity can be felt in many parts of the globe; conservation of water is really needed. What is “grey water” and how could it be useful to us? Include comments about “purple pipes” in this discussion. Grey water is wash water or any water… View Article

Hunger Games Survival

The game is designed to kill you. From the first moment when you are dropped into the merciless jungle, you are actively trying to be killed. Forgetting the band of other survivors that are effortlessly searching for you, there are many terrors you must be ready for. To prepare for these, you must have a… View Article

Investigatory Project

Background of the Study Tea is created by using the leaves of a plantknown as Camellis sinensis. This plant is native tomainland China, South and Southeast Asia, but it istoday cultivated across the world in tropical andsubtropical regions. It is an evergreen shrub orsmall tree that is usually trimmed to below 2 m(6.6 ft) when… View Article

Investigatory Project “ Kaymito Leaves Decoction as Antiseptic Mouthwash ”

Introduction 1.1 Problem Statement Fractures are prevalent in natural and synthetic structural media, even in the best engineered materials. We find fractures in bedrock, in sandstone aquifers and oil reservoirs, in clay layers and even in unconsolidated materials (Figures 1.1 to 1.4). Fractures are also common in concrete, used either as a structural material or… View Article